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Exercise5

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Final reflection on Design Thinking Curse of Staford Univefsity

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Exercise5

  1. 1. Renald Lachashvili Exercise presentation for MOOC of Design Thinking Action Lab By Leticia Britos Cavagnaro, Stanford University Take It Home: Apply Design Thinking
  2. 2. My list of 3 key takeaways/learnings What was completely new for me: 1. The 5-steps-structure of the design thinking process (Empathy-Define-Ideate-Prototype-Test). This structure would include empathy to design process as an element of marketing. 2. The role of empathy as a medicine from self- centeredness. 3. The Art of PrEtotyping
  3. 3. My process map • Initial Socialization • Working Space • Closers – the first project and the first MindMap • School Principal's Interview – Problem – Insight for • Empathize and Define • Brainstorming and eliminating 3 ideas • Ocean of Education for Ideate • Merry-go-round for Prototype and Test . • Test and reflection • All the way - Peer assessment (hard work!) • Global Reflection on all the DT course • Ways of Implementations (brainstorm) • Sad goodbye to Leticia and the VTAL team… • Hope on continuation!
  4. 4. Emotions • • Interest • Irritation • Pleasure • Tension • Aspiration • Creative dissatisfaction • The joy of victory • Fatigue • Tired • Relief • ....
  5. 5. Methods • Strong-willed efforts • New ways of thinking • Creativity • Savvy • Life experience • Guesswork and intuition
  6. 6. A reflection about how design thinking skills and mindsets could be applied to problems I care about at school (which is my work, my community and my field): • Development of school curriculum and cultural events using prototyping • Development projects with teachers • Development projects with students • Distant learning on Design Thinking (with DTAL) for high school students • Students project groups works to solve local problems of megapolis (Moscow) • Students’ self-determination and professional orientation to fill the “school-to-work” gap • Cooperation of high school with Colleges and Universities • Build and test models of cluster co-operation of businesses and various educational institutions • Solution of health problems through a healthy lifestyle

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